Torque Converter Question
Hey all, I know you all hate me or the old timers do for harsh things I've said but I've grown up since then and apologized for them all. Anyway, a friend an I got into a discussion about FWD engines somehow and I said "Whats really weird is that the LH cars from Chrysler have longitudical engines and are still FWD." He didn't believe even though I said I've owned one blah blah.
I think the LH cars are the only ones that have a longitudical engine and are still FWD. How did chrysler rig that setup?
Also, easy to see how our Grand Prix has traction control from the transverse mounted engine, I guess GM put a similar posi type differential in the front. How does Dodges traction control work? Stop one will by applying the brake thus transferring it over?
Pictures or explanations please. I want to prove my friend wrong.